The ability to pay bills electronically has become an essential part of our lives. It saves us time, simplifies the process of bill payments, and helps us keep track of our finances. For people with disabilities, however, the process of bill payment can be a bit more complicated. Fortunately, the Persons with Disabilities (PWD) Bill Pay system has been designed to help individuals with disabilities pay their bills quickly, easily, and safely. In this blog post, we will discuss the benefits of using the PWD Bill Pay system and how it can help people with disabilities manage their finances. We will also discuss why it is important for people with disabilities to be aware of this service and how to access it. Finally, we will also discuss the safety measures taken to ensure that this service is secure and the steps that are taken to protect user information.
To make a payment, you may use this official links below:
Pay a water bill
Instructions and fees for accessing and paying your water and sewer services bill.
Philadelphia Water Department
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Online and by telephone:
- Automatic bank payments: free
- eCheck payment: free
- Credit card payment (residential): $2.95
- Credit card payment (commercial): $15.95
- eCheck payment: free
- Credit card payment (residential): $3.95
- Credit card payment (commercial): $25.00
- Returned Checks: $20.00
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With a check or money order made out to Water Revenue Bureau P, mail the return portion of your bill. O. Box 41496 Philadelphia, PA 19101-1496.
Pay through an interactive voice system by calling (877) 309-3709
Municipal Services Building 1401 JFK Blvd. , Concourse Level Hours: Open Monday through Friday, 8:30 a. m. – 5 p. m.
22nd Hope Plaza m. – 5 p. m. Cash payments are not accepted.
7522 Castor Ave. Hours: Open Monday through Friday 8:30 a. m. – 5 p. m. Cash payments are not accepted.
You can set up a payment arrangement or apply for water bill assistance if you are unable to pay your water bill in full and on time.
By using MyPhillyWaterBill, you can manually allocate payment amounts for Water and sewer service charges, repair charges, and HELP loans.
If you don’t use MyPhillyWaterBill and make a payment that is less than the full amount due, payments are made from the oldest to the most recent debt. Payments are made in the following order toward however much you owe in each of these categories when all the debt is the same age:
- Penalties and interest Other invoices (such as those for meter tampering, bad check fees, and lien fees) Stormwater charges Water and sewer service and usage charges Sewer service Payments against payment agreements Repair fees HELP Loans
Use MyPhillyWaterBill to find and print water bills for the last 13 months. If you need a copy of an older water bill, please contact the Water Revenue Department at (215) 685-6300. You can also visit us in the Municipal Services Building Concourse Level at 1401 John F. Kennedy Blvd to request an old copy.
(215) 685-6300 Hours: Open Monday through Friday, 8:00 a. m. to 5:00 p. m.
How do I check my water bill online?
Dial *888# A pop-up window with seven options appears, with each directing to a different service. Choose option 2 to check the outstanding water bill balance. Wait for the balance to show on the screen.
How to pay water bill?
- Fax: (876) 926-1329.
- Email:[email protected]
- Phone: (876) 929-5430-5.
- Toll Free: 888-CALL-NWC (888-225-5692)
Why is my water bill so high?
We’ve compiled a list of some of the most frequent causes for unexpected water bill increases, including: You might have more guests than usual staying at your house brought new, water-hungrier appliances, like a power shower or a garden sprinkler Your home may have been left empty for.
How do I contact the Philadelphia Water Department?